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"Challenging and very convicting chapter on sanctification. Seems like something we don't emphasize enough as the Church. Yes, God loves us as we are, but that doesn't mean He wants us to stay in the mud. Might not be as many charges of hypocrisy against Christians if we took God's holiness and His call to be sanctified more seriously." Feb 09, 2015 09:47AM

 
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"Chapter 61 on the nature of salvation was enjoyable and enlightening." Feb 04, 2015 08:32PM

 

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Stealing from God by Frank Turek
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Another good book from Frank Turek. He's witty, but can also provide very serious, poignant examples of the implications of what he's talking about. Ideas have consequences, and Frank does a good job of delving into the theoretical and philosophical ...more
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Signature in the Cell by Stephen C. Meyer
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Come Let Us Reason by Paul Copan
Come Let Us Reason: New Essays in Christian Apologetics
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recommended to Jason Mccool by: Jorge Calderon
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The Unaborted Socrates by Peter Kreeft
The Unaborted Socrates
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It's not often that I start and finish a book the same day I get it, but Peter Kreeft really hit a home run with this short little series of 3 dialogues between the resurrected Socrates and an abortion doctor (Dr. Rex Herrod), an ethicist (Professor ...more
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Systematic Theology by Wayne A. Grudem
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Excellent article on karma and westerners' misconceptions about this Hindu tenet.
Come Let Us Reason by Paul Copan
“On the cross Jesus paid our debt in full. There is no karma to face—Christ's work is sufficient. Christians have this message of joy and hope for our Hindu friends, who would agree: there's absolutely nothing funny about karma.”
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Unsilenced: How to Voice the Gospel
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recommended to Jason Mccool by: J. Warner Wallace
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I think I first heard of this book through J. Warner Wallace interviewing the author on his podcast. This was a really convicting book for me as I look back on all the excuses I've made over the years to NOT talk to anyone about my Savior. Why have I ...more
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Unsilenced: How to Voice the Gospel
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Systematic Theology by Norman L. Geisler
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“On the cross Jesus paid our debt in full. There is no karma to face—Christ's work is sufficient. Christians have this message of joy and hope for our Hindu friends, who would agree: there's absolutely nothing funny about karma.”
Paul Copan, Come Let Us Reason: New Essays in Christian Apologetics

Malcolm Gladwell
“is learned out of necessity is inevitably more powerful than the learning that comes easily.”
Malcolm Gladwell, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants

J.R.R. Tolkien
“But do not despise the lore that has come down from distant years; for oft it may chance that old wives keep in memory word of things that once were needful for the wise to know.”
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings

J.R.R. Tolkien
“I have passed through fire and deep water, since we parted. I have forgotten much that I thought I knew, and learned again much that I had forgotten.”
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings

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